When the NFL Network aired its Top 100 countdown of the greatest players in NFL history back in 2010, Jerry Rice beat out former Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown for the spot. It appears that Rice is still using some of that same juice to make about still […]
In what might be one of the greatest wastes of time in modern history, someone decided to perform Jerry Rice shaming by posting a 10-minute video of him dropping passes.
The NFL’s effort to save the Pro Bowl continued on Wednesday with the first-ever fantasy draft televised on NFL Network. Hall of Famers Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice played general manager on each side. Thus, instead of using the typical conferenced format, Sanders and Rice were allowed to […]
The JMRA Hall of Fame Class of 2012 inductions begin with the G.O.A.T.
Earlier this week, I had the good fortune of getting an extra ticket to Sunday’s 49ers/Eagles monstrosity. If you are new to this blog, anytime the 49ers and Eagles meet (in Philadelphia especially), it is near and dear to my heart.
The Bill Walsh/Joe Montana 49ers were not very good when forced to visit the Meadowlands. Including the playoffs, San Francisco played the Giants four straight years in New Jersey.
Don’t expect the NFL lockout to conclude during the July 4th holiday. Rich people have money to spend and vacations to take.
The G.O.A.T. defeats Jim Brown in the NFL Network’s Top 100 countdown. By the way, this blog’s namesake finished at 4. More to come on this later…
The Pro Football Hall of Fame weekend was a success with plenty of cool moments including the Steelers showing up in support of defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau; Rickey Jackson’s derby; Emmitt Smith’s stirring speech; and watching highlights of Russ Grimm blow people off the line of scrimmage.
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Roy+E.+Williams&iid=2386807″ src=”1/5/9/7/Dallas_Cowboys_v_f373.jpg?adImageId=12896866&imageId=2386807″ width=”380″ height=”253″ /] Roy E. Williams and the word modesty does not appear in the same sentence often. During an interview with a Dallas radio station, Williams was anything but modest in assessing his blossoming relationship with his quarterback/part-time golfer Tony Romo.